Psicologia clinica e crimine intercettato, la ricerca psicologico-clinica sulle intercettazioni ambientali.

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[automatically translated] INTRODUCTION This research addresses a central theme in the quality and prospects of life of each of us. The white-collar crime are complex, difficult to define, but especially serious because, slowly and inexorably, destroying the fabric of our social relations, economics, finance, savings, labor. The research takes into analyzing a phenomenon, relatively recent, which invests the Mafia criminal organization, the phenomenon of white-collar workers. Their access has given a new criminal organization face, allowing her to escape the old prejudices and enter in the salons of society. The face of the Cosa Nostra today, is made up of doctors, nurses, judges, clerks, law enforcement, etc., These, with their presence-absence, ensure the existence and development of the same, allowing a capillary ascent to power. As significant is the economic damage produced by white-collar crime, even more serious it is the damage they bring to social relationships: are abuses of trust and thus create distrust, depressing public morals and social disruption on a large scale. The work fits into the genre of psychological-clinical studies on the Mafia and aims to deepen the connections between organized crime and white collar crime. OBJECTIVES The objectives of this research are essentially exploratory and cognitive, highlighting those who are the psychological and economic costs of the collusion between the Mafia and white-collar workers, it also intends to unveil myths related to power that still dominate, giving citizenship a power linked to the possibility and the responsibility to change the state of things. The study will focus also on the analysis of psychological effects, that the patronage-mafia system has on the identity of professionals working fine public institutions subject to judicial investigation. The results of this study provide the basis for formulating hypotheses of intervention in the territory in order to support the development of a "mind" strongly linked to autonomy, to the growth of their own personal resources, social, educational, economic, strengthening to that effect community resources. METHODOLOGY The specific clinical interest is directed not so much to the study of the criminal organization, but rather to the organization's understanding of thought, of the relational mode featuring "white shirt" par excellence, Giuseppe Guttadauro, surgeon and boss of the important district of Brancaccio, in order to understand what are the psychological characteristics of those professionals "respectable and high social status "(Sutherland, 1983) that they are or will collude with the criminal organization Cosa Nostra. The methodology that supports the present study refers primarily to clinical psychology. The instrument chosen for analysis of the eavesdropping is the T-LAB. This belongs to the family of software, oriented to produce maps, which represent the content of the texts, either individually or compared with each other. STAKEHOLDERS It all began in the living room of Via De Cosmi 15, in Palermo, in the home of Giuseppe Guttadauro, surgeon and boss of the important district of Brancaccio. In the house we were placed numerous bugs from the Ros carabinieri. Guttadauro is ten years in prison for mafia association and, once back in the wild, the living room becomes a crossroads for professionals, politicians, busybody, a sort of window on science 'political mafia'. One of the most regular frequenters of the living room is Domenico Miceli UDC, also a doctor, who will sit in the chair of asses Guttadauro is ten
Original languageItalian
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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